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13 - The Machine Stops

Original title : The Machine Stops
First Aired : 06.10.1966 (UK)
Director : Philip Saville
Writing credits : E.M. Forster, Clive Donner, Kenneth Cavander
Cast : Jane Jordan Rogers (Voice of Friend), Jonathan Hansen (Airship Passenger), Nike Arrighi (Airship Attendant), Michael Gothard (Kuno), Yvonne Mitchell (Vashti), Lucy Hill (Girl)

The Story : The society of mankind lives underground sustained by a mechanical system called "The Machine". But not all members of the society are happy about living underground and a young man called Kuno has seen the surface of the planet, and predicts that The Machine will one day break down.

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14 - Frankenstein Mark II

Original title : Frankenstein Mark II
First Aired : 13.10.1966 (UK)
Director : Peter Duguid
Writing credits : Hugh Whitemore
Cast : Dorothea Phillips (Nurse), Richard Carpenter (Inspector Gilliat), Annette Kerr (Mrs Burgoyne), Wolfe Morris (Smithers), Michael Beint (Security Man), Bernard Archard (Dr. Giddy), David Langton (Dr. Morrison), Rachel Roberts (Anna), Basil Henson (George Preston)

The Story : A man who works for a space research facility suddenly disappears, and his wife gets no help from his coworkers, who deny that anything is wrong.

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15 - Lambda I

Original title : Lambda I
First Aired : 20.10.1966 (UK)
Director : George Spenton-Foster
Writing credits : Bruce Stewart (II), Colin Kapp
Cast : Michael Lees (Ferris), Geoffrey Frederick (Alex), Geoffrey Kenion (Birch), Anthony Wager (Harvey), Murray Kash (American/Technician), Danvers Walker (Brett), Jan Conrad (Rorsch), Peter Fontaine (Caradus), Kate Story (Julie), Jessica Dunning (Mary Bone), Ronald Lewis (Benedict), Charles "Bud" Tingwell (Captain , Dantor), Sebastain Breaks (Paul Porter), Mary Webster (Birdie), Andy Ho (The Oriental)

The Story : Because of post war nuclear fallout on the surface of the earth, travel is now underground and atomic based with special ships. One of those ships has slipped into a theoretical mode which supposedly couldn't be obtained and the lives of a pregnant woman and her child are in jeopardy unless they are reached soon.

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16 - Level 7

Original title : Level 7
First Aired : 27.10.1966 (UK)
Director : Rudolph Cartier
Writing credits : Mordecai Roshwald, J.B. Priestley
Cast : Patricia Denys (The Woman), Glenn Williams (The Man), Raymond Hardy (Radio Man #2), David Cargill (Radio Man #1), Anthony Sweeney (Air Supply Officer), Sean Arnold (New Man), Michael Bird (Colonel), Jane Jordan Rogers (Woman , Commandant), Tom Criddle (The Doctor), David Collings (X117), Michele Dotrice (R747), Keith Buckley (X127'H'), Anthony Bate (The General)

The Story : After completing his training, a computer technician designated simply as "H" is assigned to his first, and what will ultimately become his final duty: manning the console deep underground that will launch nuclear weapons toward an enemy.

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17 - Second Childhood

Original title : Second Childhood
First Aired : 10.11.1966 (UK)
Director : John Gorrie
Writing credits : Hugh Leonard
Cast : Hugo Schuster (Dr. Gerhard Keppler), Robin Phillips (Dr. Will Herstein), John Horsley (Tom Dennistoun), Betty Cooper (Betty Dennistoun), Geraldine Newman (Joan Dennistoun), Donald Pickering (Kenneth Dennistoun), Caroline Blakiston (Dr. Odile Keppler), Nigel Stock (Charles Dennistoun), Roland Curram (Ronnie Cash), Sybilla Kay (Maid)

The Story : As his choice of prize for winning a special television game show, the winner has chosen a rejuvenation process only available to a small group of special people. Only he's not told that there's a huge price to pay for being young again.

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18 - The World In Silence

Original title : The World In Silence
First Aired : 17.11.1966 (UK)
Director : Naomi Capon
Writing credits : Robert Gould (II), John Rankine
Cast : Keith Pyott (General Harboard), Richard Hampton (Chief , Superintendent Mailer), Noel Davis (Davison), Susan Field (Mrs Richards), Sara Aimson (Freda), Stephen Whittaker (II) (Harold), Nadine George (Florrie), John Allison (Geoffrey Harrison), Kenneth Gardiner (George), John Baskcomb (Eric Lansbury), Deborah Watling (Sarah Richards), Mark Eden (Stephen Kershaw), Erik Chitty (Dr. Hammond)

The Story : An advanced college teaches it's students strictly by computers. Only after a redressing of the system, the students now control the computers and the school.

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19 - The Eye

Original title : The Eye
First Aired : 24.11.1966 (UK)
Director : Peter Sasdy
Writing credits : Henry Kuttner, Stanley Miller
Cast : Frank Singuineau (Judge), Eric Young (Munder), John Wentworth (Stevens), Wanda Ventham (Josephine), Valerie Gearon (Bea), Anton Rodgers (Julian Clay), Leslie Sands (Andrew Maddox), Peter Noel Cook (Caller)

The Story : In the future, sound and light can be reassembled and viewed, allowing law enforcement to "see" acts of murder and illegality up to fifty years in the past.

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20 - Tunnel Under The World

Original title : Tunnel Under The World
First Aired : 01.12.1966 (UK)
Director : Alan Cooke
Writing credits : David Campton, Frederick Pohl, Frederik Pohl
Cast : Patrick Parnell (Waiter), Fanny Carby (Miss Mitkin), Peter Madden (Spelman), Timothy Bateson (Swanson), Gay Hamilton (April Dorn), Petra Davies (Mr. Birkett), Ronald Hines (Guy Birkett), Bryan Hunt (Salesman)

The Story : A man and wife wake up one morning and discover that they have dreamed the same dream: that a massive explosion takes place. Yet they continue on with their lives, only to wake up to that same day again.

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21 - The Fastest Draw

Original title : The Fastest Draw
First Aired : 08.12.1966 (UK)
Director : John Gibson (VI)
Writing credits : Julian Bond, Larry Eisenberg
Cast : Annette Carell (Emma Bowles), Ed Begley (Amos Handworthy), Patricia English (Marie Crane), Jerry Stovin (Pilot), James Maxwell (Peter Stenning)

The Story : A young electronics expert is sent to Mexico to work on his boss's Old West town recreation, complete with a fast-draw town Marshall who shoots with real bullets.

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22 - Too Many Cooks

Original title : Too Many Cooks
First Aired : 15.12.1966 (UK)
Director : John Gibson (VI)
Writing credits : Hugh Whitemore, Larry Eisenberg
Cast : John Gabriel (III) (Easterbrook), John Hollis (Czesni), Cyril Shaps (Dr. Duval), John Wood (I) (Brenner), Jean Aubrey (Mrs. Emily Cook), Marius Goring (Wattari), Paul Daneman (Dr. Andrew Cook)

The Story : Dr. Cook has created a cloning process but has inadvertently cloned himself. This soon becomes something that other people, who are engaged in dangerous secret activities, see as having great potential.

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23 - Walk's End

Original title : Walk's End
First Aired : 22.12.1966 (UK)
Director : Ian Curtis (I)
Writing credits : William Trevor
Cast : Carleton Hobbs (Mr. Quire), Henry Oscar (Mr. Wardle), Ailsa Grahame (Mrs. Hope), Christopher Owen (Manservant #2), Sylvester Morand (Manservant #1), Felix Aylmer (Mr. Bone), Sebastian Shaw (Major Gregory), Mary Hinton (Miss Ormsby), Susan Richards (Miss Claythorpe), Elizabeth Begley (Matron), Sally Travers (Maid), Brenda de Banzie (Mrs. Dakers), John Robinson (I) (Dr. Saint)

The Story : An old woman is persuaded to leave one retirement home to live in another, only to figure out that the new facility's doctor has dubious plans for all of his boarders.

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24 - Satisfaction Guaranteed

Original title : Satisfaction Guaranteed
First Aired : 29.12.1966 (UK)
Director : John Gorrie
Writing credits : Isaac Asimov, Hugh Leonard
Cast : Ann Firbank (Dr. Inge Jensen), Hal Hamilton (Tony), Patty Thorne (Deidre Schwartz), Valerie Colgan (Miriam Swann), Helen Horton (Brenda Claffern), Wendy Craig (Claire Belmont), Barry Warren (Larry Belmont), Bruce Boa (K.G. Bullen), Rodney Archer (Assistant)

The Story : In the space age future, it's all about the latest gadget you have. Claire Belmont's husband has brought home TN3, a housekeeping robot that looks just like a man and supposedly can function just like a man in all ways. Only she begins to wonder if that really means "in ALL ways".

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25 - The Prophet

Original title : The Prophet
First Aired : 01.01.1967 (UK)
Director : Naomi Capon
Writing credits : Robert Muller, Isaac Asimov
Cast : Ron Eagleton (Robot #1), Robin Sherringham (Robot #2), Chris Blackwell (Robot #3), Jim Wyatt (Robot #4), Graham Lawson (Robot #5), George Rutland (Robot #6), Tony Barnes (Robot #7), Derek Davis (Robot #8), David Graham (Robot Voice #1), Haydn Jones (Robot Voice #2), Michael Wolf (Van Muller), Judy Keirn (Abigail Donovan), Beatrix Lehmann (Dr. Susan Calvin), Tenniel Evans (QT-1), David Healy (Greg Powell])

The Story : On board a space station in Earth orbit, Robot QT-1 operates the energy beam that focuses the sun's power onto receivers on the planet. Only the highly intelligent cyborg starts to wonder if he should be working for his human creators, or if they should be serving him.

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